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Aug 31, 2012 | 4:25 PM EDT
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5.9 MB
2 min 35 sec
4.34 / 5.00

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Rated 4.34 / 5 stars
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I didn't have enough time to finish this for the Deathmatch competition, but here is what I was able to create in the meantime. I am quite upset, but I'll probably finish this song when I return at the end of this weekend.

I'm actually rushed at this moment because I am scheduled to leave in ten minutes, so let's just say this song was a miracle being produced in such a short amount of time.

Lord help me.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful composition my good man, I have no criticism. Very well cone.


Bosa responds:

Thank you, sire. I am grateful towards you.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

My goodness, what voicing. I love the sound of the strings and woodwinds, the warmth is just a great feeling but you probably already know. The harp is beautifully detailed and enough to keep everything together. It just makes me want to smile and walk through many pastures with this on repeat.

It does sound like you were crunched for time with the abrupt ending. It's a good thing I want more though~ goodluck for round 3 C: I know you'll win the whole shebang so you probably don't need it. THANKYOUBOSA

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Bosa responds:

Gracias, senor "Kor-Rune"


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely in love with your quieter music, it's wonderfully moving.

Naturally, I've been cramming your tracks into my Morrowind music folder like crazy.

Bosa responds:

Thank you, sir. My music does fit well with the Elder Scrolls, I suppose.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is definitely one of the most thoroughly and objectively pretty songs of the round in well, every aspect. Your strings sound fantastic, as does the oboe, the choir and the flutes (the harp, the glock and piano are comparatively bland but it doesn't take anything away from the track of course). The mixing does them justice too. I don't know to which extent the playing style is something you programmed or if your instrument just does that, but both the emotionality and the sound of the instruments is greatly enhanced by the way some notes in a chord lag behind others and have different release times. And it feels more complex and engaging too!

Another objectively pretty aspect of the song is the chord progressions. For the first half they mostly float around and convey a mood, while in the second half they create some interesting variations on that mood - the chord at 2:01 sounds dissonant at first, then it sounds brilliant a few seconds afterwards when you realize what just happened (for me at least). The new set of chords at 1:20 is wonderfully uplifting.

This is also a song I've downloaded and keep listening to occasionally regardless of its ngadm submission status because it's relatively short, easy to appreciate (but still mentally stimulating), and overall just does its job really well. So there's not much wrong about this submission that knocks it down, but it's also clearly not developed enough to bring it all the way up to a top score either.


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Bosa responds:

Thank you, good sir! I shall pour all the money from my bank account into yours.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I would love to do this kind of music if I had the resources lol :3

Bosa responds:

It's not too good, actually. You can replicate it no problem.